Category Archive: Cafe

TABLE FOR ONE: MAG ST. CAFE

I have been a fan of the food at The Table since I first dined there a few years ago. When I learned that the same team had opened a café at Colaba… Continue reading

GOA DIARIES: Padaria Prazeres

Friday morning was all about exploring Fontainhas, the old Latin Quarter in Panjim followed by a mini reunion with two school friends. The question was where we would go to eat! For me… Continue reading

GOA DIARIES: Matcha Japanese Restaurant

Goa is now a foodie’s paradise. The options are endless, and word of mouth gets some restaurants to be the talk of the town. On touching down in Goa, I was asked if… Continue reading

TABLE FOR ONE

Let’s face it, it can be awkward! Eating out alone can be an incredibly daunting prospects and it took me an exceptionally long time (I’m talking years) to become fully comfortable with the… Continue reading

KNEAD

My love affair with Moshe Shek’s culinary skills started with my frequent visits to Basilico and of course Moshe’s at Cuffe Parade but that affair ended abruptly in 2013 when he shut shop. … Continue reading

SMOKE HOUSE DELI

It was eons ago when Smoke House Deli opened at Phoenix Mills, where I first dined at this European-inspired café. It was before I wrote a food blog, well before the time when… Continue reading

FLEA BAZAAR CAFÉ: CONTEMPORARY FOOD COURT

When its time to catch up with friends in Bombay, I always have one criterion. I need to eat at a place I haven’t dined before. Flea Bazaar Café has been around for… Continue reading

212 All Good: Perfectly Good and Healthy

A friend in Bombay always seems to suggest restaurants whose food I pretty much enjoy – she of course has done a recce of the place and only if it passes her standards… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: JAIPUR

Let’s be honest. There are certain types of holidays where all you want to do is ‘nothing’ – none of that touristy stuff of monuments, historical walks and of course those mandatory selfies.… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: JODHPUR (RAJASTHAN, INDIA)

I have for the longest time been enthralled by visions of Jodhpur – the blueness of the houses stark against the backdrop of sienna, brown and tan. The city of Jodhpur has eluded… Continue reading